Sing Me Home (Paperback)
Bella Books, 9781594935114, 192pp.
Publication Date: December 13, 2016
List Price: 16.95*
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At Jones University, a woman's education always comes first. That's the model Ellie Gallagher is determined to follow. With less than a year of school to go, she juggles her commitments to her studies, her job, and her a cappella group gracefully. When she's paired with fellow senior Jolene Weiss on a class project, sly glances and flirtation quickly replace thoughts of homework. But graduation can't arrive soon enough for Jolene. Longing to be free of university life, she's busy trying to snag a job on a political campaign. Add to that the fact that she's in a different a cappella group than Ellie. Though music was their first bond, the rivalry of a cappella and the uncertainty of graduation may force them apart.
About the Author
Shannon O'Brien is a proud Pennsylvanian, although she currently lives in Dublin, Ireland. A Smith College alumna, she spends most of her time as a Props Master and Set Designer for various theatre companies and productions around the world. She can also be heard as the co-host of Blondes With Glasses, a feminist and pop culture podcast currently in its second year. Her last time writing an 'About the Author' blurb was for a stage prop at the Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia. That one was considerably easier.